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Docker Management Design Patterns: Kubernetes vs Docker EE vs Apcera vs ...

 
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Hi Deepak and others

I am looking for a good walkthrough of different tools/frameworks/services to run and orchestrate running Docker containers. There are some which are available as services from AWS, Azure etc, there are some open source products like Kubernetes or Rancher and finally some commercial ones: Apcera, Docker EE. Is there a good term that describe these tools and some sort of feature comparison between them?

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Kubernetes, Docker Swarm Mode (Docker EE), Mesos are orchestration tools for Docker containers. Several comparisons are available online. The most commonly used according to several surveys is Kubernetes. But Docker native Swarm mode is ranked 2nd.

And, only a 1-2 weeks ago, Docker EE indicated that it shall integrate Kubernetes.

"The next version of Docker EE will seamlessly integrate Kubernetes into the platform, and do so in a way to provide maximum choice for the enterprise," said David Messina, chief marketing officer for Docker.
https://www.theregister.co.uk/2017/10/17/docker_ee_kubernetes_support/

If Docker EE integrates Kubernetes, it would imply Kubernetes might be better than Docker, but if Docker EE integrates Kubernetes, the comparison between Docker EE and Kubernetes is not relevant.
 
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Do you have any experiences to share on the commercial alternatives? Amazon ACS or Apcera?
 
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Have not used Apcera Amazon ECS for Docker container orchestration. But, a comparison "Compare Kubernetes vs ECS (Amazon EC2 Container Service)" is available at
https://platform9.com/blog/compare-kubernetes-vs-ecs/
 
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